Small but mighty

We all need a bit of good luck from time to time. So, behind door number 22, we find a lovely ladybird macro shot from Paul Iddon’s Ladybirds and Bees of the UK calendar – the small winged friends of the gardener in all their glory!

Proudly presenting: Calvendo’s first ever “Made in the UK” wall calendar edition

A couple of months ago, we asked our self-publishers to submit calendars under the headline “Made in the UK” – with no further restrictions: Traditions, sights, quirks, anything was possible and our users had the freedom to interpret the headline freely and let their creative juices flow. Now and in time for Christmas (gift ideas!), we have a lovely collection of wall calendars in our first ever “Made in the UK” edition, featuring anything from magical woodlands, to Sottish, Welsh and English landscapes, by way of vintage cars, steam trains and much more. We’ve got photography, digital paintings and even calligraphy! It’s eclectic, quirky and quite beautiful – just like the UK.

A huge thank you to all our authors who submitted their work for “Made in the UK”!

And here they are – proudly presenting:

List of all Calvendo “Made in the UK” calendars including links to our product gallery:

Lil Folx, by Nick Meers

Calligraphic William Morris Calendar, by Ingo Schiege

Typically British, by Silvia Drafz

Portmeirion, by Loose Images/Lucy Antony

Morris Minors, by Loose Images/Lucy Antony

Steam Landscape, by David Ireland

Anglican Cathedrals, by David Ireland

Magical Woodlands, by Ceri Jones

Dreamlike Gardens in Southern England, by Christian Mueringer

Whitby Harbour, by WT Images/Wendy Thompson

Big Bold and Beautiful, by WT Images/Wendy Thompson

Scottish Scenes, by Alan Maitland

Iona Scotland’s Mystical Isle, by Sharon Poole

Beautiful Manor Valley, by Henning von Moers of Menar

Ladybirds and Bees of the UK, by Paul Iddon

Rule Britannia, by Edward Nagele

Simply Scotland, by John Darby

A Journey through the United Kingdom, by Helmut Gulbins

The beauty of the Llyn Peninsula, by Phil Pownall

Scenes from the Peak District, by Andrew Kearton